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eBook Communication and Community: Implications of Martin Buber's Dialogue ePub
Author: Maurice Friedman,Ronald C. Arnett
Language: English
ISBN: 0809312840
ISBN13: 978-0809312849
Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press; 1st edition (December 1, 1986)
Pages: 240
Category: Words Language & Grammar
Subcategory: Reference
Rating: 4.6
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Ronald C. Arnett (P.

Ronald C. Ohio University, 1978) is chair and professor of the Department of Communication & Rhetorical Studies, The Patricia Doherty Yoder and Ronald Wolfe Endowed Chair in Communication Ethics at Duquesne University, and the Henry Koren, . Endowed Chair for Scholarly Excellence (2010–2015).

THE implications of Martin Buber's philosophy of dialogue for the understanding of communication have been given much attention in recent years by scholars in the field of communication, including Ronald Arnett himself. What is not so well known or adequately understood is the indispensable context of that philosophy of dialogue-Buber's lifelong concern with community. Ronald Arnett's discussion of the implications of dialogic communication within the context of community is at the heart of Buber's life and work. The Community Context of Buber's Dialogue.

Communication and Community book. Arnett argues that the end of the age of abundance demands that we give up the communicative strategies of the past and seek to work together in the midst of limited resources and an uncertain future.

Arnett, Ronald . 1952-. Buber, Martin, 1878-1965. Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on March 19, 2014. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

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Communication and Community : Implications of Martin Buber's Dialogue. Arnett argues that the end of the age of abundance demands that we give up the communica-tive strategies of the past and seek to work together in the midst of limited resources and an uncertain future.

Ronald C Arnett, Maurice Friedman. Arnett argues that the end of the age of abundance demands that we give up the communicative strategies of the past and seek to work together in the midst of. Limited resources and an uncertain future. Today’s situation calls for an unwavering commitment to Buber’s “narrow ridge” concern for both self and community.

The Martin Buber-Carl Rogers Dialogue offers a corrected and extensively annotated version of this central text in human sciences. Focusing on the sole meeting between these two central figures in twentieth-century intellectual life, Anderson and Cissna return to the original 1957 audio tape and to a variety of other primary sources as they correct and clarify the historical record. The Martin Buber-Carl Rogers Dialogue offers a corrected and extensively annotated version of this central text in human sciences.

Martin Buber’s work suggests that real life begins with two individ­uals engaged in dialogue, not just taking care of one’s own needs as described in social Darwinism.

Arnett argues that the end of the age of abundance demands that we give up the communica­tive strategies of the past and seek to work together in the midst of limited resources and an uncertain future. Today’s situa­tion calls for an unwavering commitment to Buber’s “narrow ridge” concern for both self and community.

Arnett illustrates the narrow ridge definition of interpersonal communication with rich ex­amples. His vignettes demon­strate effective and ineffective approaches to human communi­ty. An effective approach, he makes clear, incorporates not only openness to others’ points of view but also a willingness to be persuaded.

MEGA FREEDY
This theoretically and practically helpful book is still current after almost two decades in print. I use it in my classes each year, and students comment regularly on its helpfulness. The discussion of responsibility and power in organizational life is insightful. I recommend this book to thoughtful persons interested in engaging ideas in the marketplace, the public square, and interpersonal interaction.
Bloodray
This is a vital philosophical interpretation of Buber's work necessary for any student of Organizational and/or Ethical communication. I draw on Arnett's work, as both a student and as a corporate communicator, for his relevant and inspirational insights into everyday communicative situations that are not covered in most employee handbooks. Arnett's understanding and interpretation of the philosophical anthropologist Martin Buber's most important theories is the foundation of this book, but it is also Arnett's heartfelt prayer for a renewal of hope in creating, communicating and belonging to communities.
Wohald
A good insightful read
Phobism
I very much expected to have the opportunity to review and develop my personal communication method with the reference of this books material. Instead I found myself sifting through lists of theory and reference, after reference, to other authors ideas compacted into nutshell form. If I wanted the ideas of these other authors I would have bought their material instead. I quickly found a use for this book as a wedge style book stop in my den. Thanks for nothing.
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